The Yellingbo Conservation Area Coordinating Committee (YCACC) provided resources and links to relevant reports and research related to the establishment of the Conservation Area and improvement of conservation biodiversity. By providing these resource YCACC aimed to both provide information to and empower the community as partners in its mission.

Links to organisations, reports and information are provided throughout the website and also provided in a consolidated list of resources in this section. This list is wide ranging and does not reflect any particular views held by YCACC.


Quick links are provided here for some reports. For more information please see the References section.

VEAC Yellingbo Investigation Final Report July 2013 (PDF)

Yellingbo Investigation Final ReportThe focus of this investigation is on recommendations for appropriate
management arrangements to conserve and enhance the biodiversity
and ecological values in the Yellingbo area


Victorian Government Response to the VEAC Yellingbo Investigation Final Report (PDF)

This Government response addresses each recommendation made by
VEAC in its Final Report. Responses should be taken to apply to the
whole recommendation where no reference to the specific recommendation
number and subsection is provided in brackets (i.e. R1 (a)).

YCACC Process for Developing the Conservation Area Plan (PDF)

This document outlines the process to develop an overarching plan for the
Yellingbo Conservation Area (YCA). The proposed YCA Plan is intended to
provide further detail about the implementation of the Victorian Government
Response to Victorian Environmental Assessment Council’s Yellingbo Investigation
Final Report, March 2014.


Victorian Government Safer Together: A new approach to reducing the risk of bushfire in Victoria (PDF)

This is the Government response to the review of performance targets for
bushfire fuel management on public land. It sets out how agencies will work
with communities to plan and deliver fuel management in areas that can most
effectively reduce risk.  Safer Together combines world leading bushfire science
with local knowledge to ensure fuel management programs suit local needs.